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2nd round-table discussion on BPM

Knowledge transfer and networking: After the successful kick-off of the series of round-table discussions on business process management (BPM) in December 2011, the Institute of Information Systems invites to the second event with regional experts on Thursday, 26 April 2012.

Knowledge transfer and networking: After the successful kick-off of the series of round-table discussions on business process management (BPM) in December 2011, the Institute of Information Systems invites to the second event with regional experts on Thursday, 26 April 2012.

Inspired by extensive feedback from the participants of the first event, the second discussion will focus on the topic “BPM and corporate culture”. Participation in the event is free, and open to all interested parties; however, we kindly ask you to register by sending an e-mail to oliver.mueller@uni.li.

Once Professor Jan vom Brocke, who holds the Hilti Chair of Business Process Management, has welcomed the participants, Heiko Rosenbohm from Hilti IT will speak on the topic “Culture as a success factor for BPM at Hilti”. Theresa Schmiedel, academic researcher at the University of Liechtenstein, will then present the results of a global study on culture and BPM. In a concluding discussion with the round-table participants, the following questions, among others, will be addressed: How can BPM be anchored in my company? What are the central values in process management? What are the challenges which might be encountered? At a subsequent drinks reception, these and other topics can be further discussed with the members of the Institute of Information Systems.

Networking with regional experts
Business process management has established itself as a holistic management concept with the objective of creating efficient and effective business processes. The round-table discussion on BPM unites interested parties from practice-oriented and scientific areas. In the form of quarterly events, the round-table discussions on BPM provide a platform for knowledge transfer and for networking in the region of the Rhine Valley. Every meeting focuses on a specific topic with regard to BPM.

2nd round-table discussion on BPM
University of Liechtenstein, room S3
Thursday, 26 April 2012, 5.15 p.m. to 7.00 p.m.
Information and registration: www.uni.li, oliver.mueller@uni.li or phone +423 265 13 23